Rugged efficiency with the new Mobilair M235

12.09.17 Members

Designed for continuous site operation under tough environmental conditions, the new Mobilair M235 diesel powered air compressor is the ideal solution for large portable compressor applications such as those found on mine sites.

Part of the renowned Mobilair range of portable compressors that are manufactured at a state-of-the-art production facility in Germany, the new M235 from Kaeser dependably delivers the required compressed air at all times – even under extreme conditions such as; at altitudes of 3000m above sea level or ambient temperatures up to 50oC. In addition, the powerful combination of the highly efficient Kaeser Sigma Profile rotary screw compressor block and an energy-saving 194 kW Cummins engine provides impressive performance and fuel efficiency.

At the heart of every Mobilair portable compressor lies a high performance Kaeser rotary screw compressor block equipped with the flow-optimised and energy saving Sigma Profile rotors. Designed for optimum energy efficiency, the Kaeser Sigma Profile achieves power savings of up to 15 percent compared with conventional screw compressor block rotor profiles.

Ideal for large portable compressor applications such as those found on mine sites, the M235 from Kaeser has been designed to operate in tough conditions. The building site chassis with steerable axle and foldable tow bar, combined with the parking brake, ensures secure and space saving positioning of the compressor, as well as making it the ideal compressed air companion for no-road going areas. Also on board is a recessed lifting eye and fork-lift pockets for ease of transportation. 

Frost proof protection is assured – even at the coldest times of the year – thanks to the compressed air aftercooler. Compressed air is cooled to 7oC above ambient temperature and the condensate is dependably removed via a flow-optimised axial centrifugal separator. The condensate is subsequently evaporated with the environmentally friendly use of hot exhaust gases from the engine.

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